Jalen Hurts

#1 QB / Philadelphia Eagles / EXP: 2YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 223 lb Age: 23 College: Oklahoma Bye 14

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Struggles despite yardage

    Jalen Hurts completed 25 of 39 passes for 326 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in Monday night's 41-21 loss to the Cowboys. He also rushed nine times for 35 yards.Hurts' first play was a 38-yard connection with Dallas Goedert, but the quarterback was promptly intercepted on an attempted deep ball afterward. The Philadelphia Eagles and their starting signal-caller struggled to move the ball following that turnover, punting four straight times to end the first half. To begin the second, Hurts saw rookie wideout DeVonta Smith slip while getting out of his break on a target near the sideline, allowing fellow college teammate Trevon Diggs to intercept him and run 59 yards for a touchdown. With the score already lopsided at that point, Hurts at least racked up yardage while being forced to pass for the remainder of the contest, picking up a pair of touchdown passes along the way. He also again offered extra value on the ground, but overall Hurts' performance was much less flattering than his scrimmage yardage suggests. He'll strive for an improved effort in Week 4 versus the Chiefs.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Gets it done as rusher

    Jalen Hurts completed 12 of 23 passes for 190 yards, no touchdowns and no interceptions in Sunday's 17-11 loss to the 49ers. He also chipped in 10 rushes for 82 yards and a touchdown.Hurts' final line through the air wasn't all that impressive and was nowhere near his output from Week 1. However, he did narrowly miss out on a much bigger day. It appeared that Hurts had connected with Jalen Reagor for a 36-yard touchdown during the team's third offensive possession, though the call was eventually overturned. He also connected with Quez Watkins for a 91-yard gain, but the drive ultimately stalled at the goal line. Even with those missed opportunities, Hurts provided a solid floor as a rusher, and he now has 142 yards on the ground through two games.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Spectacular in Week 1 win

    Jalen Hurts completed 27 of 35 passes for 264 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions in the Philadelphia Eagles' 32-6 win over the Falcons on Sunday. He also rushed seven times for 62 yards and recovered two fumbles, including one of his own.Any lingering doubts about Hurts' ability to build on his relatively solid late-season starting audition in 2020 definitively were answered Sunday, with the second-year signal-caller looking every bit as good as his numbers imply. Hurts connected with seven different pass catchers and appeared increasingly comfortable as the game went on. The Oklahoma product got the Eagles' scoring started with a pretty 18-yard scoring lob to rookie DeVonta Smith, and he followed it up with a pair of touchdown tosses to Dallas Goedert and Jalen Reagor in the second and fourth quarters, respectively. With a stellar season opener under his belt, Hurts will head into a Week 2 home battle against the 49ers with no shortage of confidence.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Doesn't play in preseason finale

    Jalen Hurts didn't see a snap in Friday's preseason tie against the Jets.Heading into the contest, coach Nick Sirianni hadn't indicated whether his starting QB would see any action, but the decision ended up being made for him as storms delayed the start of the game by half an hour and left the field in somewhat poor condition, giving the Philadelphia Eagles no reason to risk an injury for Hurts. The 23-year-old will begin his first full season as the starter in Week 1 against Atlanta.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Status for preseason finale unknown

    Coach Nick Sirianni said Sunday that he has yet to make a decision on Jalen Hurts' availability for Friday's preseason contest at the Jets, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.Three days after taking a seat preseason Week 2 due to a non-COVID-19 illness, Hurts was back on the field in his usual capacity, but what is less clear is whether he'll get any more in-game reps before Week 1. Fortunately for Sirianni, he'll have joint practices with the Jets this week before having to make a call on Hurts and other key Philadelphia Eagles.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Returns to practice in full

    Jalen Hurts (illness) put in a full practice Sunday, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.After sitting out preseason Week 2 with a non-COVID-19 illness, Hurts spent two days away from the team. Upon his return Sunday, he took part in stretches, tossed a few passes and progressed to team drills, taking part in every stage of the session. With his illness behind him, Hurts now will wait and see if coach Nick Sirianni will turn to the starters in Friday's exhibition at the Jets.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: On practice field Sunday

    Jalen Hurts (illness) returned to practice Sunday, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.Hurts was a late scratch from Thursday's preseason game against the Patriots as he arrived at MetLife Stadium feeling ill and eventually went to the hospital. He was diagnosed with a non-COVID-19 illness and told to stay away from the Philadelphia Eagles for two days. After exactly that much time away, Hurts was in pads for the stretching portion of Sunday's session, but it's unclear how many reps he'll be able to log.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Severity of illness disclosed

    Jalen Hurts (illness) was diagnosed Thursday with a stomach infection and will be away from the Philadelphia Eagles for at least the next two days, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.A late scratch from Thursday's preseason game against the Patriots, Hurts apparently didn't feel well when he got the stadium but still went through pregame warmups. After he was ruled out, he was deemed to not be dealing with COVID-19. Then, coach Nick Sirianni told Mike Garafolo of NFL Network following the contest that Hurts is "fine now. He's doing OK now." But Hurts' visit to the hospital unveiled that he shouldn't be around his teammates in the short term.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Absence explained by Sirianni

    Coach Nick Sirianni said after Thursday's preseason loss to the Patriots that Jalen Hurts (illness) was held out due to pain in his stomach, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.According to Sirianni, Hurts didn't feel well when he arrived at Lincoln Financial Field and attempted to go through pregame warmups, but he couldn't get past it and was scratched shortly before the contest. Hurts was evaluated at the hospital, and afterward Sirianni told Mike Garafolo of NFL Network that the QB is "fine now. He's doing OK now." Hurts missed out on a chance to get in some reps with college teammate and 2021 first-round receiver DeVonta Smith, who made his pro debut Thursday, but the team has one more exhibition Friday, Aug. 27 at the Jets to get that connection going.

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    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Illness not COVID-related

    Jalen Hurts doesn't have an illness related to COVID-19, which has sidelined him from Thursday's preseason game versus the Patriots, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.Hurts was on the field for pregame warmups but was a late scratch ahead of kickoff, giving veteran Joe Flacco a chance to work with Philadelphia Eagles starting skill-position players. It's unclear if coach Nick Sirianni will have any of those players, including Hurts, participate in Philly's final exhibition Friday, Aug. 27 at the Jets, which may not allow the second-year QB and rookie first-round WR DeVonta Smith to work in a game together before Week 1.

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